Digital Project Life : Week Forty-Five

Here we are, week 45. Less than ten weeks until the end of the year. I can say without hesitation that I love this project just as much this week as the first, and I am really excited about next year already. (But perhaps even more excited about December Daily which starts in just two weeks.) Seems the only thing I have time for, besides photo-editing. Which reminds me…I really do need to get back to it, so this will be quick.

And I will, I PROMISE, get to posting some of the photo sessions from this fall soon. So much fun stuff to share!

Week 45 was a fun week for sure. It was the week I was able to jaunt out to California for a photography workshop and meet the one and only Jasmine Star. (More importantly I was also able to sleep uninterrupted for two whole nights for the first time in, oh I don’t know, two years?!)

I kept things super simple this week which is what I tend to do when I am a bit behind. Pretty much the clementine kit and a few embellishments here and there. Mostly photos.

Left Side:

Right Side:

As I was leaving the church after voting on Tuesday, I heard an elderly woman talking to someone about how she voted that day–and why. She was talking about wanting her grandchildren to know (who are very young right now) why she voted the way she did, and what impact she thought it may have on them.  I had the idea to do a nice big narrative about why “mommy and daddy” voted the way we did after I listened to her story. It’s shaded for privacy, but I really love how it turned out. I think that it made a great addition to the album.

And that’s all I wrote for Week 45!

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  • Stephanie - Very cool post!! Love it.ReplyCancel

  • libbywilko - So cool you did a course with Jasmine Star ! Loved the photo from Becky’s fb page too, how exciting. Thanks for sharing your week . Great idea to include and blur your voting journalling , it will be great for the kids to have a record of what their family believed about current events.ReplyCancel

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